This is a rather old but high quality form movement of a ladies' watch. It was available in different versions, with Glucycur screw balance as well as with ring balance and shock-protected chatons.
Dugena marked this movement as Dugena 870 and Consul as Consul 55.
AS 1012 with 21 jewels and screw-less balanceearly version without shock protectionAS 1012 17 Jewels / Dugena 870Version with normal screw balanceVersion with normal screw balance and 17 jewels
dial sidedial view, version without shock protectiondial side view, version with normal screw balancedial side view, version with normal screw balance and 17 jewels
|Number of jewels||17/21|
|Escapement||Anchor with pallets|
|Balance||Glucydur / Glucydur screw balance|
|Balance cock direction||counterclockwise|
|Regulator type||Long regulator arm/Hairspring key|
Escapement wheel, Fourth wheel, Third wheel, Center wheel
|Construction type||solid construction|
|Bridge shape||Jetski, 4 gears|
|Setting lever spring||3 holes|
|Beats per hour||18000|
|Size||51/2''' (measured: 12,8 x 15,0 mm)|
|Production time||1936 - 1960|
|Image in Flume Werksucher ||1949 19|
AS 1012ASAS10121936 - 19605 1/2''''''17/21 Jewels, 5 1/2'''''', 18000 A/h
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This movement in the non-shock-protected version, in the version with normal screw balance and in the version with 17 jewels and normal screw balance were donated by Harald Hoeber. Thank you very much!